Potenziale und Grenzen des EBM-Paradigmas in den Gesundheitswissenschaften

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Zusammenfassung

Das Kapitel untersucht ausgehend von dem von Sackett zur Definition der evidenzbasierten Medizin entwickelten Drei-Säulen-Modell zunächst praktische und methodologische Probleme, die mit der Selbstverpflichtung auf die Standards der evidenzbasierten Medizin in medizinischer Forschung und Versorgung schon heute einhergehen. Von dem mit diesen Analysen erreichten begrifflichen sowie praktischen und methodologischen Klärungsstand aus wird sodann diskutiert, mit welchen Herausforderungen sich die nicht-ärztlichen Heil- und Gesundheitsberufe konfrontiert sehen, sobald und sofern sie sich dazu entschließen, die eigenen Versorgungspraktiken und Forschungsmethoden konsequent gemäß den Idealen der evidenzbasierten Medizin auszurichten. Die Autoren kommen zu dem Schluss, dass der Übernahme der Standards der evidenzbasierten Medizin in den nicht-ärztlichen Heil- und Gesundheitsberufen die Klärung einer Reihe von Fragen durch die entsprechenden Fachverbände und berufsständischen Vertretungen vorangehen sollte, die weniger die theoretischen Grundlagen und Vorannahmen der evidenzbasierten Medizin betreffen als vielmehr die Erfüllbarkeit praktischer Voraussetzungen für das Gelingen einer nachhaltigen Implementierung dieses Paradigmas sowie die Erwünschtheit von Effekten, die seine Implementierung erwartbar nach sich zieht.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ernst Moritz Arndt Universität GreifswaldTheologische FakultätGreifswaldDeutschland
  2. 2.Ernst Moritz Arndt Universität GreifswaldTheologische FakultätGreifswaldDeutschland

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